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DISTURBANCE, torts. A wrong done to an incorporeal hereditament, by hindering or disquieting the owner in the enjoyment of it. Finch. L. 187; 3 Bl. Com. 235; 1 Swift's Dig. 522; Com. Dig. Action upon the case for a disturbance, Pleader, 3 I 6; 1 Serg. & Rawle, 298.

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The westerly disturbances rarely extend till summers.
In Table 2 regression analysis model (age, marital status, number of children and duration of diagnosis) explains 9.1% of variance in sleep disturbance. Duration of diagnosis made strongest and significant contribution in prediction of sleep disturbances with Beta value of .208 when the variance explained by all other variables in this model is controlled for.
[USA], Nov 10 ( ANI ): According to a study, the link between sleep disturbances and inflammation was two to three times higher for recently widowed people.
The Department of the Army last revised the publication guiding the use of nonlethal weapons (NLW) and civil disturbance in 2014, which makes it the most up-to-date civil disturbance publication among Service publications.
Researchers in a new study say visitor activities in caves in Cambodia pose challenges for conservation, noting that human disturbance is often detrimental to populations, which in turn take substantial time to recover from declines.
Caption: Figure 4: Curves of disturbances observer errors d and their upper bound estimations [??].
With above standard assumptions, the mathematical model of a conventional surface mounted PMSM with mismatched external disturbances can be given in the d-q frame as follows [20,22]:
This paper deals with the modeling and the robust control facing disturbances of transportation systems.
Investigating the effect of freestream disturbances is significant to understand the transition mechanism.
Therefore, in the process of wind speed prediction, the atmospheric disturbance effect in the atmospheric dynamical system should be fully considered and the Lorenz system should be introduced as compensation for atmospheric disturbance, so that the wind speed prediction sequence can be more in line with the actual change rules of wind speed.
In the nature applications, interference information exits in all kinetic systems, few individuals have not been affected by the external disturbances. However, when there are uncertainty model parameters and external interference in the motion systems, the dynamical behaviors become more complex and more challenging.